Hope you will like it. The author signature @科学玩家 was my ID on weibo.com and now changed to @vanja .
P.S. I found that there is a lot of potential work for my academic writing. Talk is totally another issue. Good luck to me.
Entering into November, I’ll begin my final year of PhD study. There are still (and always) so many things to do. Experiments, measurements, data, figures and writings. Well, this is the realworld. Sorry for not updating the posts for quite a while, since I was back to China and spent the time with friends and family.
It’s not cool keep updating the blog with comics. Yet there is not much progress these days on LabVIEW. I integrated (or, glue 2 programs together) the spatial light modulator with the camera and will synchronize them later. Some algrithm might be adapted between the devices to let the camera control the SLM or the other way round. I’ve been thinking about an applicaiton for this close loop system, fingers crossed.
And here is the 3rd comic of <<Days of PhD>>. Please note the ‘alt-tab’ short-cut key in this comic. I found this one less funny after I finished it, but it is what it is. Hope you’ll like it. 🙂
So this is the 2nd picture I drew for <<Days of PhD>>. Hope you’ll like it. The ID is the one I use for Chinese micro blog. @科学玩家
It’s tricky to post a new post. I cannot find the login toolbar on the top, and I finally found ‘Post at wordpress.com’ link at the bottom. What if I don’t want to post, and I simply want to manage my setting? Still the same link. It got me.
Anyway, this is a plot I drew to describe the study curve of LabVIEW. It’s so easy to hand on, and when you go deeper, you always find the screen is too small. That happens to most of people I know. My suggestion is, LEARN SOME STYLES. <The LabVIEW Style Book> is the book I recommend most.
Btw, the way of publishing in wordpress is tricky as well. It’s not on the top nor the bottom as I expected, it’s on the right.